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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.The class rooms held inside the school are ADA complainant? Is your daughter the only student with this type of handicap being made to go to the classes in the trailers?Have you discussed her having classes inside the building? Would she be the only student in a class room for a particular class if she is not in the trailers?
Thank you. So of those advanced students, if your daughter was to be taught inside the school, would any of the other students in her advanced classes also be with her or would she be isolated from her peers in that regard?The reason is if the school is acting in the best interest of the student and is helping her by opening doors so she is not being taught in solitary, then I suggest while you can certainly have a claim for the ADA matter, a court is going to evaluate the over all situation. For instance, if the student will be isolated from her peers and if the school is making reasonable accommodations to assist her.
Yes, it is legal as long as the school is acting in her best interests and also making reasonable accommodations.
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I understand your concern. I suggest that if your daughter was to be inside in one of the more accessible classrooms, that would not only put an undue hardship on the school because of having to hire an additional teacher for her advanced classes, because all the other students are in another location, but additionally the school is acting in your daughter's best interest because she would not be attending class with fellow students.
And that while you can file an ADA complaint and consult with a local attorney about an ADA lawsuit, the court may not find in your favor based on those reasons as I mentioned.
HelloIt is legal as long as they are doing the best they can and acting in your daughter's best interest. Again, the reasonableness comes in the fact that they would need to hire a teacher to teach your daughter in a separate classroom, you see? If the current teacher is teaching other students at the same time as your daughter, then there would need to be additional teachers.
Perhaps, you can work something out where the current teacher would not mind teaching your daughter after school alone one on one. I suggest you could ask the school to consider that and ask your daughter if she is comfortable with being singled out and isolated from her class mates for that class. Because the school is under no obligation to move the entire class inside.
Right. And they are not going to move all the students inside. You see? So they appear to making the most reasonable accommodations in the best interest of your daughter.
And they probably do not hae the money in the budget to hire another teacher. Well, then she has an option.
I think you can talk to them tomorrow and see what other classes are available inside that keep her in her track for career path.
You can also see if they will allow the credit for a different class inside to substitute for the one she it taking now still keeping her on her career path.
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